Scotland Supporters Club members break first-day sales records ahead of huge year for national team

Tickets for Scotland’s vital FIFA World Cup play-off and UEFA Nations League matches this year have been in record demand, with Scotland supporters snapping up more than 22,500 match packages within the first 24 hours of tickets being available.

Four match packages for Scotland’s four home games this year went on sale exclusively to Scotland Supporters Club members on Monday morning this week, with fans shattering records for first-day sales to secure their place at this year’s hotly-anticipated matches.

After an incredible 2021 for Steve Clarke’s side – including a first appearance at a major tournament finals in 23 years and a run of six consecutive victories to end the year – Scotland fans can now look forward to a FIFA World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine at Hampden in March.

Following that, Scotland have three vital Nations League fixtures at Hampden against Armenia and Ukraine in June, and the Republic of Ireland in September, with more than 90,000 tickets sold for the four matches in just the first day.

Scotland Head Coach Steve Clarke: “I said recently that we want to hear the noise of a full Hampden Park in our fixtures this year and the response from Scotland supporters to tickets going on sale has been phenomenal.

“After only 24 hours we are nearly halfway to ensuring we have a full house backing us in our vitally important World Cup Play-off and Nations League fixtures.

“The support from the Scotland fans is never taken for granted and knowing we are on track to have a big crowd for our crucial matches this year is a tremendous boost to the players and my staff.

“Thank you to everyone who has backed us by buying their tickets already. We have a big year coming up and we intend to give you plenty of reasons to cheer.”

Four-match packages are on sale to Scotland Supporters Club members now, with individual matches available to SSC members from 14 February.

Sales will be opened up to the general public on Monday, 28 February.

A full breakdown of ticket prices is available below:

Four Match Package

Individual Tickets